It is a double chance in Kindiki's family after Isaiah Kindiki has been chosen as one of the deputy agent of Raila Odinga in August presidential election. This comes day after Prof. Kindiki Kithure was appointed as the chief agent for William Somoei Ruto.
It is unbelievable that the two brothers will oversee the presidential election of the two rival candidates. The question remains on whether there will be any sibling rivalry between them. However, in a latest interview, Isaiah said that despite political indefferences, blood is thicker than water.
Isaiah is Tharaka Nithi senator Kithure Kindiki's older blood brother. The two are brothers but politically they are totally different. Isaiah will work alongside Saitabu ole Kanchori, Dr. Oduor Ong’wen, Caroline Karugu and Paul Mwangi.
Kithure Kindiki on the other side will serve alongside Turkana Governor Josphat Nanok and UDA secretary-general Veronica Maina. The two governors have been given a major tasks of ensuring the votes of their presidential candidate are safeguarded and that no vote will go missing.
Congratulations to the Kindiki brothers.
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